The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum until 2020 to provide new, substantial primary school sports funding. This funding is provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport. The funding is going directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all of their children.

For the school year 2015/16, Carrwood Primary has been allocated the sum of £9,325 to spend on its P.E and sports provision, which will be used to continue to improve the quality of teaching and learning.

Some of this fund will be spent on the quality of teaching of pupils across the school by purchasing external coaches who will teach pupils specific sports and new approaches to learning in P.E. We have already spent £995 on training and a new scheme of work and £120 on a dance instructor. This learning will be complimented by the purchase of additional equipment to enhance our extensive P.E provision and to be used in school clubs.

So far this totals £1160.

Learning will also improve in P.E by purchasing services from a Sports Improvement Partner, which aims to highlight the use of training into practice, to improve pupil achievement in P.E.

Carrwood will again be buying into the Tong High School competitive sports partnership (Accelerate), which will see our pupils taking part in more local and national competitions. This currently totals £2800.

Social, moral and cultural ethos will be further embedded throughout both organised sports events and general physical exercise to develop sportsmanship and competitiveness.

The percentages of children participating in inter school sport will increase by a minimum of 3%.

All Children in school require a PE kit.  Black shorts and a white t-shirt and a pair of pumps or trainers, pump bags can be purchased from the school office.

£3.00 - Reception to lower KS2 Green logo pump bag

£3.00 - Year 5 and Year 6 Purple without logo pump bag

 

Reception Conkers - Friday

Reception Acorns - Thursday

Year 1 Garnet - Tuesday/Friday

Year 2 Aquamarine - Monday/Wednesday

Year 2 Diamond - Monday/Thursday

Year 3 Pearl - Monday/Wednesday

Year 3 Emerald - Monday/Wednesday

Year 4 Peridot - Tuesday/Wednesday

Year 4 Ruby Tuesday/Wednesday

Year 5 Opal - Tuesday/ Swimming Thursday

Year 5 Sapphire - Wednesday/ Swimming Thursday

Year 6 Topaz - Thursday/Friday

Year 6 Turquoise - Thursday/Friday

 

Jewellery in PE

In the interests of safety all items of jewellery should be removed for PE, ear studs, which cannot be removed, are worn at the pupils own risk.

For the school year 2014/2015, Carrwood Primary has been allocated the sum of £9225 to spend on its P.E and sports provision, which will be used to improve the quality of teaching and learning.

Some of this fund will be spent on the quality of teaching of pupils across the school by purchasing external coaching who will teach pupils specific sports and coach teaching staff on new approaches to learning in P.E. This learning will be accomplimented by the spending of additional equipement for our extensive P.E provision to be used in P.E and in school clubs.

Learning will also improve in P.E by purchasing services from a Sports improvement partner, which aims to highlight use of training into practice to improve pupil achievement in P.E.

Carrwood will be purchasing into the Tong High School competitive sports partnership (Accelerate) which will see our pupils taking part in more local and national competitions.

Carrwood have received a government sports grant of £5616 which will be have to be used by the end of school year in July 2014. The school has already used £600 on paying into our sports partnership with Tong Enterprise and we have also spent money on joining the Futsal football competition and providing the required equipment such as shin pads for the children to be able to compete.

We will be using the rest of the grant on updating and buying new equipment, we will be asking qualified coaches to come into school and help children further develop their skills in Dance, Football, Rugby and Cricket. We will also be using the grant for Mr Adams to access more training in Rugby League Bull Tag and Gymnastics.

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